This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which have an integrated outside compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This European Standard also covers controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This European Standard applies to scheduling equipment for heating systems. The signals can be processed by using either analogue or digital techniques, or both.
It applies to start-stop scheduling functions and sets minimum acceptable standards for functions, performance and documentation.
NOTE 1   The start-stop function can be integrated within a main control device. In this case, the controller would be expected to this standard for scheduling function.
Safety requirements on heating systems and heating control systems remain unaffected by this European Standard. The actuators and the dynamic behaviour of the valves are not covered in this European Standard. This control equipment may or may not be connected to a data network.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000-1.
NOTE 2   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 3   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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The purpose of this standard is to specify the applications, functionality set and application performance for electronic individual zone control equipment. The applications are for cooling and hot water or electrical heating as described in Annex B. This standard applies specifically to individual zone control equipment for maintaining temperature, humidity and air flow as a function of occupancy and demand operated with auxiliary electrical energy. Information required for the operation of the equipment may be processed using either analogue or digital techniques or a combination of both. Safety requirements remain unaffected by this standard. This standard refers to the input and output requirements of the controller and not of the input and output devices as e. g. sensors and actuators. This standard covers fixed-function, configurable and programmable controllers. The control equipment may or may not be connected to a data-network however communications aspects are not covered by this standard. These devices could be applied for any kind of building, intermittent or non-intermittent occupation, residential or non residential (see Annex B).

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This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with water as the heating medium and a supply water temperature up to 120 °C.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This standard covers also controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard.
The dynamic behaviour of the valves and actuators are not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This European Standard defines guidelines for the inspection of installed an operational Functions of Building Automation, Controls and Technical Building Managment System including its configuration.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 16946 1, Inspection of Building Automation, Controls and Technical Building Management — Module M10-11.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of standard prEN 16946 1:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 12098-5:2015, Controls for heating systems - Part 5: Start-stop schedulers for heating systems - Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 12098-5:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 12098-1:2015, Controls for heating systems — Part 1: Control equipment for hot water heating systems — Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 12098 1:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 12098-3, Controls for heating systems - Part 3: Control equipment for electrical heating systems - Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 12098-3:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 15500 1, Control for heating, ventilating and air-conditioning applications — Part 1: Electronic individual zone control equipment — Modules M3-5,M4-5,M5-5.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 15500 1:2016.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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1.1   This European Standard applies to electrical or non electrical temperature control devices which are used to control temperatures within heat generating systems by controlling the supply of energy. It also applies to limiting devices which ensure that the temperature in heat generating systems will not exceed a predefined limit.
This European Standard specifies operating values, operating times, and operational sequences associated with the safety of the heat generating system.
This European Standard also applies to controls using NTCs or PTCs thermistors, additional requirements for which are contained in Annex J of EN 60730-2-9:2010.
This European Standard applies to controls with a rated voltage not exceeding 690 V and with a rated current not exceeding 63 A.
This European Standard also applies to manual controls if, electrically and/or mechanically, they form an integral part of automatic controls.
NOTE   Requirements for manually operated switches not forming part of an automatic control are contained in EN 61058 1.
This European Standard does not apply to room thermostats.
1.2   This European Standard does not take into account the response value of an automatic action of the control, if such a response value is dependent upon the method of mounting the control in the heat generating system or equipment, in which case the control should be tested together with the heat generator. Where a response value is of significance for the protection of the user or surroundings, the value defined in the appropriate household equipment standard or as determined by the manufacturer applies.
1.3   This European Standard applies also to controls incorporating electronic devices, requirements for which are contained in Annex DX.

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This document provides a synopsis of graphical symbols which are intended to be placed on building equipments and/or technical documentation of products in order to instruct the person(s) using the equipments.
These graphical symbols are primary intended:
   to identify control or automation or technical management equipments or part of these equipments: electronic devices (e.g. controller, scheduler, optimiser, etc.), sensors, actuators,
   to indicate functions and their operating modes,
   to indicate settings for modes and functions parameters introduction,
   to designate connexions,
                to provide instruction to users (professional and/or end user) for the operation of the equipment.
The graphical symbols in this document are not primarily intended for:
   safety signs,
   public information,
   schematics for systems principles.

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This document specifies:
—    a structured list of control, building automation and technical building management functions which contribute to the energy performance of buildings; functions have been categorized and structured according to building disciplines and building automation and control (BAC);
—    a method to define minimum requirements or any specification regarding the control, building automation and technical building management functions contributing to energy efficiency of a building to be implemented in building of different complexities;
—    a factor-based method to get a first estimation of the effect of these functions on typical buildings types and use profiles;
—    detailed methods to assess the effect of these functions on a given building.

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This document specifies operational activities, overall alarming, fault detection and diagnostics, reporting, monitoring, energy management functions, functional interlocks and optimizations to set and maintain energy performance of buildings.

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This document contains information to support the correct understanding, use and adoption of ISO 52127-1.

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This document contains information to support the correct understanding, use and adoption of ISO 52120‑1.

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This document is applicable to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which have an integrated outside compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This document is also applicable to controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this document. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this document.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this document.

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This document is applicable to electronic control equipment for heating systems with water as the heating medium and a supply water temperature up to 120 °C.
This control equipment controls the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This document also is also applicable to controllers that contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this document.
The dynamic behaviour of the valves and actuators are not covered in this document.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this document.

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This document specifies requirements and test methods for room temperature sensors used to control the room temperature.
This document covers wall mounted and flush mounted room temperature sensors.
The following aspects are not covered by this document:
-   Pendulum temperature sensors
-   Ceiling mounted temperature sensor
-   Extract air temperature sensors
NOTE   The measured value available at the output of the sensor is influenced by the place where the sensor device is located and factors such as air velocity, wall temperature, self/waste heating of the device and the air temperature. The perceived temperature, which is important for the well-being of a person, depends among other factors on air temperature, temperature of the surrounding walls and air flow rate as indicated in EN ISO 7730.
The temperature sensor element can be combined with other sensors in one device. This document only deals with the room temperature sensing of this devices. Other sensors are not covered except of their influence on the room temperature sensing (e.g. self-heating).
This document specifies sensor characteristics contributing to the determination of the control accuracy of individual zone controller according to EN 15500 1.

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This document refers to EN 12098 3:2022, Energy performance of buildings - Controls for heating systems - Part 3: Control equipment for electrical heating systems - Modules M3-5,6,7,8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of EN 12098-3:2022.
This document does not contain any normative provisions.

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This document refers to EN 12098 1:2022, Energy performance of buildings - Controls for heating systems - Part 1: Control equipment for hot water heating systems - Modules M3-5, 6, 7, 8.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of EN 12098-1:2022.
This document does not contain any normative provisions.

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This European Standard specifies:
-   a structured list of control, building automation and technical building management functions which contribute to the energy performance of buildings; functions have been categorized and structured according to building disciplines and so called Building automation and control (BAC);
-   a method to define minimum requirements or any specification regarding the control, building automation and technical building management functions contributing to energy efficiency of a building to be implemented in building of different complexities;
-   a factor based method to get a first estimation of the effect of these functions on typical buildings types and use profiles;
-   detailed methods to assess the effect of these functions on a given building.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   In CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.

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This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with direct electrical emission, which do not have an integrated outdoor compensated function and or optimum start/stop function.
This control equipment controls and regulates the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This European Standard also covers controllers which contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function. The controller modulates heating or control modes of electronic individual zone or emitter control equipment.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard. The dynamic behaviour of the local thermostats, sensors, or actuators is not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies operational activities, overall alarming, fault detection and diagnostics, reporting, monitoring, energy management functions, functional interlocks and optimizations to set and maintain energy performance of buildings.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in prEN ISO 52000 1:2015.
NOTE 1   In FprCEN ISO/TR 52000 2:2014 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying Technical Reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 2   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a detailed method respectively.
Table 1 - Position of this standard (in casu M10–12), within the modular structure of the set of EPB standards
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This European Standard applies to electronic control equipment for heating systems with water as the heating medium and a flow water temperature up to 120 °C.
This control equipment controls and regulates the distribution and/or the generation of heat in relation to the outside temperature and time and other reference variables.
This standard covers also controllers which contain an integrated optimum start or an optimum start-stop control function.
Safety requirements on heating systems remain unaffected by this standard. The dynamic behaviour of the valves and actuators are not covered in this standard.
A multi-distribution and/or multi-generation system needs a coordinated solution to prevent undesired interaction and is not part of this standard.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 16947-1:2015, Building Management System - Module M10-12.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of prEN 16947-1:2015.
This Technical Report does not contain any normative provision.

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This Technical Report refers to prEN 15232-1, Energy performance of buildings - Part 1: Impact of Building Automation, Controls and Building Management - Modules M10-4,5,6,7,8,9,10.
It contains information to support the correct understanding, use and national adaption of standard prEN 15232-1:2015.
This technical report does not contain any normative provision.

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This European Standard specifies:
–   a structured list of control, building automation and technical building management functions which have an impact on the energy performance of buildings;
–   a method to define minimum requirements regarding the control, building automation and technical building management functions to be implemented in buildings of different complexities;
–   detailed methods to assess the impact of these functions on a given building. These methods enable to introduce the impact of these functions in the calculations of energy performance ratings and indicators calculated by the relevant standards;
–   a simplified method to get a first estimation of the impact of these functions on typical buildings.
This European Standard is defined for:
–   building owners, architects or engineers defining the functions to be implemented for a given new building or for the renovation of an existing building;
–   public authorities defining minimum requirements for control, building automation and energy management function for new buildings as well as for renovation as defined in the relevant standard;
–   public authorities defining inspection procedures of technical systems as well as inspectors applying these procedures to check if the level of control, building automation and technical building management functions implemented is appropriate;
–   public authorities defining calculation methods which take into account the impact of control building automation and technical building management functions on the energy performance of buildings as well as software developers implementing these calculation methods and designers using them;
–   designers checking that the impact of all control, building automation and technical building management functions are taken into account when assessing the energy performance of a building.

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